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Student presents research at conference

March 25, 2013
Tulsa Community College Biotechnology student Jeremy Sabo recently attended an undergraduate research conference in Washington, D.C. Sabo, along with Dr. Diana Spencer, Professor and Coordinator of Biotechnology, and Dr. Ric Baser, Vice President for Academic Affairs, attended “Reflections: A...

4th annual EcoFest focuses on conserving Oklahoma with new events

March 15, 2013
Conserving Oklahoma is the theme for the 2013 EcoFest Conference and Festival hosted on Tulsa Community College’s Northeast Campus. The event consists of a one-day conference on March 28 and a one-day festival on March 30 and is designed to educate the community on green practices and trends and to...

TCC graduate works with Iditarod dogs before this year’s race in Alaska

March 15, 2013
Ann Babst is a graduate of Tulsa Community College’s Veterinary Technician program and was recently featured in a Tulsa World story about her volunteer experience in Alaska. She was part of a team responsible for checking all of the dogs that would take part in the Iditarod race. Those checkups are...

College planning is available for students with disabilities

March 14, 2013
Moving from high school to college can be a difficult transition for any student after graduation. Now, add in a disability and that transition can be discouraging and frightening. Tulsa Community College, Broken Arrow Public Schools and Jenks Public Schools have partnered to host the Regional...

UPDATE: Classes on TCC West Campus resume Tuesday

March 11, 2013
UPDATE: Classes will resume as scheduled on Tuesday, March 12 at TCC West Campus. On Monday evening, TCC officials announced repairs had been completed on the major water leak that forced class cancellations Monday afternoon and evening. ******** Evening classes have been cancelled at Tulsa...

TCC helps keep your lights on with new partnership

February 22, 2013
Whether it is keeping your lights on during a spring storm with high winds or making sure the 2013 Super Bowl in New Orleans maintains power, substation technicians are in demand in the electric power industry. Many of the substation technicians currently employed are reaching retirement age and...

Oklahoma filmmaker urges change to Native American students: college and career

February 21, 2013
With a backpack slung over his shoulder, Sterlin Harjo easily blended in with the crowd of high school students. Perhaps that was his intent, knowing his talk with several hundred students would be about his past and their future. Harjo was the keynote speaker at this year’s Native American Career...

TCC Foundation names new board members for 2013

February 18, 2013
The Tulsa Community College Foundation has named its executive committee for 2013 and its slate of new members for the Foundation Board. The executive committee members, elected to fill one-year terms, are Mary Shaw, Chair; Larry Mocha, APSCO Inc., Vice-Chair; and, Pierce Norton, ONEOK, Secretary/...

TCC helps the city of Tulsa address public concerns

February 11, 2013
Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett recently took part in a Tulsa Forum to address crime in the city after a quadruple murder around the 61stand S. Peoria area. Tulsa Community College hosted the public forum in the Center for Creativity on TCC’s Metro Campus and assisted with the production of the hour-...

TCC/NAACP partner for Youth Helping Youth Conference

February 7, 2013
Tulsa Community College hosts the 10thannual Youth Helping Youth Conference in partnership with the NAACP at TCC's Northeast Campus. The one-day event combines a celebration of African-American history and education to help prepare students for college. The conference includes workshops aimed at a...

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